Richard Richards Photography | Commercial Photographer - Derby


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  1. Buxton and Leek College

    09 Jul 2018

    Here is a recent shoot I did for Buxton and Leek College, the focus was on capturing some new images of students undertaking their studies. I also had to capture full length portraits that could be used as case studies in their next prospectus.  I have worked with young people for…

  2. Derby Fashion Show 2018

    03 Jul 2018

    I love shooting live events, it’s the unknown that seems to keep me on my toes and feeds my pulse. I have photographed fashion catwalks for 20 years now and originally my brief was to capture the traditional straight on runway shot. These days it is more about telling a…

  3. Using coloured gels

    26 Apr 2018

    The Bloomberg Suite is a ‘state of the art’ computer suite for Economics students. Photographing people looking at computers is always a challenging prospect. However the Bloomberg software with its colourful graphs and statistics made a refreshing change from trying to make an excel document look sexy. Part of my…

  4. Top 5 photography tips for creating great case studies

    19 Jan 2018

    You remember the phrase ‘a picture is worth a 1000 words, question is, are you making the most of it? Pictures not only attract the viewer’s attention to your content but they can hold it by telling a story and enticing them to want to know more! When planning a…

  5. Partisans perform at the Derby Silk Mill

    04 Jun 2017

    I loved photographing the Partisans performing at the Derby Silk Mill, organised by Derby Jazz. The music inspired me to experiment with my technique, playing with double exposure and slow shutter speeds. Thank you to the band and Derby Jazz for giving me permission to photograph the gig, it was very enjoyable.


    01 May 2017

    Great portrait shoot with Geoff, using one bare flash light and some daylight coming through his big modern windows. I decided to play around in post production with the overall look and feel of the images. I think it adds an extra layer and intensity to the feel of these portraits and complements the…

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